A new report out says Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana all need to work on their driver safety laws to keep roadways safer.
The Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety will are releasing the 2013 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws Tuesday morning. It’s the 10th annual report by the organization.
The report says crashes cost the state of Ohio more than $11 billion per year. Indiana spent the second-most in the Tri-State with more than $4.3 billion and Kentucky spent $3.1 billion.
The report also claims Ohio needs to do more to keep children safe in vehicles by making stricter booster seat laws.
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